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Adam A8X Studio Monitor
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Adam A8X Studio Monitor

Product Code: 485300

200W Active Nearfield Monitor Speaker

£655.00 (INC VAT) WAS: £699.00 SAVE: £44.00
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Adam A8X Active Studio Monitor

The brand new A8X is suitable for both nearfield and midfield monitoring. With a price/performance ratio that could hardly be better, this monitor is a perfect entry into these monitoring fields. The A8X is equipped with the X-ART tweeter and a large (8.5") midwoofer, a combination that adds both a very deep and yet very tight bass response.

Like the other AX-Series models, the upper corners of the A8X are slanted to minimize reflections. The very large, double bass reflex tubes on the front have been specifically designed to perfectly match the midwoofer with its large voice coil.

With a 50W A/B amplifier for the tweeter and a 150W PWM amplifier for the midwoofer, the A8X has power in abundance and is the brawny monitor of the AX-Series. On the rear panel are several controls: a gain for the high frequencies ( 4dB) and two shelf filters for the high and low frequencies. There are both XLR (balanced) and RCA (unbalanced) connectors on the rear panel of the speaker, which allow the A8X to be used in almost any application.


Speaker Response: 38Hz - 50kHz
Speaker Format: 2-Way
Speaker Tweeter: 4 inch² X-ART Ribbon Tweeter
Speaker Woofer: 8.5" Carbon Rohacell Glass Fiber Tweeter
Speaker Crossover: 2.3kHz
Speaker Connector: RCA (Unbalanced), XLR (Balanced)
Speaker Power (Program): 225 Watts
Speaker Power (RMS): 150 Watts
Physical Height: 400mm
Physical Width: 255mm
Physical Depth: 320mm
Physical Weight: 13kg
Warranty: 5 Years
EAN: 4260113132128
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